Trabalho, formação e inovação: Novos problemas para a Sociedade da Informação
[Work, training and innovation: new problems for the information society]
In this paper for a public debate promoted by the Portuguese President of Republic in 2000, we start from the basic definitions of information society and discuss the main measures proposed as targets in the firld of work and employment. Structural changes are analysed related with the economical and social dimensions of the information society, especially those related to the work organisation, education and training, and the labour markets. Finally recommendations are made on the topics of innovation, employment and development of information society.
|Date of creation:||08 Feb 2000|
|Date of revision:||Jan 2000|
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- Moniz, António, 2000. "Work organisation in industry: Practices of use of IT in Portugal," MPRA Paper 5931, University Library of Munich, Germany, revised Oct 2000.
- Schienstock, Gerd & Bechmann, Gotard & Flecker, Joerg & Huws, Ursula & Van Hootegem, Geert & Mirabile, Maria Luisa & Moniz, António & Ò Siochru, Sean, 1999. "Technical Systems, Organisation Forms and Social Implications: Statistical Analysis of the Firm Survey (Second Interim Report)," MPRA Paper 5883, University Library of Munich, Germany, revised Oct 1999.
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